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I park my bike inside a parking garage attached to my apartment. A month ago, the cover was stolen and it scared me so I bought a chain. Last night, someone flipped up the gas can keyhole thingy and threw my brake fluid reservoir cap somewhere.. I found the diaphragm on the floor about 20 feet away but I can't find the cap. IM SO FIA@#!@#!@$!@#ING ANGRY! Rant complete.
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post #2 of 36 Old 01-05-13, 15:21
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Someone is obviously jealous or a hater. Not sure what to tell you other than if you have any other parking options, I'd look into them. They aren't likely going to quit messing with your bike.

I think there was a thread in here about a similar situation and the guy was looking into cameras to see if he could catch the vandal in action. (or maybe that was the other forum I post on?) But that could be an option for you as well.
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Yea I guess I have to. I thought a parking garage would be a safe place... You need a beeper to even get in the gate so it's some ****ing resident here too.

On a side note, I'm ordering a new reservoir cap, will the 2010 fit a 2012?
Edit: nvm, I found the cap under a truck. yay?!

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Some people are such douche bags... I can't understand why people have to mess with other peoples things for no reason! I hope you find who it is and punch that cock sucker right in the Trachea!!!!! That is all!
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Sounds to me you need to find another place to park your bike .. LOL
I live in a complex and actually park my bike in my dining room . Great to wake up to but bad to stub your toe on .
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Sounds to me you need to find another place to park your bike .. LOL
I live in a complex and actually park my bike in my dining room . Great to wake up to but bad to stub your toe on .
Lol.... I wish I could park mine In my house!! Thats awesome!

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Scorpio alarm with perimeter sensor.....you know its a resident so if it starts to scream and flash when they get close enough to touch it they are probably not going to take the chance of being seen/caught with such a small suspect group. Beyond that, first generation GoPro's are cheap, easy to hide, and run a long time.

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.. My Bike.. ...has a new owner :(
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I park my bike inside a parking garage attached to my apartment. A month ago, the cover was stolen and it scared me so I bought a chain. Last night, someone flipped up the gas can keyhole thingy and threw my brake fluid reservoir cap somewhere.. I found the diaphragm on the floor about 20 feet away but I can't find the cap. IM SO FIA@#!@#!@$!@#ING ANGRY! Rant complete.
Sounds like an ex gf...
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well i put the cap back on but I just realized that whoever did this had to really ****ing want that cap off..
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